PhD in Computer Science (AI), finance, art and code, machine and deep learning research.
I started illustrating due to my interest in capturing spaces. Spaces, especially forgotten ones, intrigue me. Whenever I see an empty space, I find myself wondering about the lives that have touched the space, or could have. Most of my illustrations try to capture such memories, real and imagined.
I am also perpetually curious about math, code, visual and generative art, and anything at the intersection of these areas. As I delve deeper into my various fields of interests - art, math and deep learning, I've become more and more fascinated at how these fields share common underlying themes, such as randomness and order. These are areas that I have been trying to explore.
I have worked with Tatler, Wallpaper, Jetstar Asia, Esplanade, MND. My work has been featured in Singaplural 2016 Recognition Showcase, Behance Illustration Showcase, Affordable Art Fair Charity Wall. I have also worked on a series of Mr Kiasu books from 2017-2019.
My research focuses on artificial intelligence and deep learning, specifically deep learning models for dynamic multimodal networks. More details on my research can be found here.
I write about a wide range of quantitative stuff at my blog, which can be accessed here.